Palawan, in the Western part of the Philippines, is fast becoming the number one vacation spot in the country. Its serene, pristine and unspoiled beaches are highly favored by foreign and local tourists alike. Palawan does not only boast of virgin beaches, it also happens to be a province rich in history and culture, filled with lots of must-see attractions. One of these is the Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center, which is a place for animal lovers and endangered species preservation advocates.
The Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center, formerly known as the Crocodile Farming Institute, is an organization that promotes the conservation of wildlife in Puerto Princesa City, which is the capital of Palawan. At just 30 minutes’ drive from the city proper, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t include the Center on your itinerary. Here are other compelling reasons why you should go see it: [Read more…]